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If she is refusing to accept corrections from him (snaps, growls, etc) or he isn't issuing them, and this isn't just them playing (some dogs do play with a lot of growls and teeth showing), then you should issue the corrections and give Ollie a break. If she keeps trying to play and he's obviously trying to get away, take HER away and crate her for a brief cool down session. Show her that fun ends when we play too rough. Giving Ollie space by letting him upstairs is a good idea, but she should be the one who has to stop all fun if she gets too worked up and doesn't take a hint from other dogs -- so removing her instead of Ollie will help with that message. And playing with others dogs will be really beneficial to her as well, as it will help her learn to understand when enough is enough.
 
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